Well-designed Writing Assignments: Current Research

How Writing Contributes to Learning: New Findings from a National Study and Their Local Application By: Paul Anderson, Chris M. Anson, Tom Fish, Robert M. Gonyea, Margaret Marshall, Wendy Menefee-Libey, Charles Paine, Laura Palucki Blake and Susan Weaver Research summarized in Peer Review (2017), published by AAC&U. A key finding: Results show that well-designed assignments can,… Read More Well-designed Writing Assignments: Current Research

Workshop: Code-Meshing in the Classroom

“Should Writer’s Use They Own English?: A Conversation on Code-Meshing in the Classroom” A Faculty Discussion with Dr. Vershawn Ashanti Young, Associate Professor in Drama and Speech Communication, University of Waterloo (Canada) https://uwaterloo.ca/drama-speech-communication/people-profiles/vershawn-young Organizers: Ahyana King, Director of Intercultural Affairs; Sean Meehan, Director of Writing Thursday, February 11, 2016 The format will be a brief… Read More Workshop: Code-Meshing in the Classroom